The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) filed suit Wednesday against the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) demanding they release records tied to the Trump administration’s alleged purchase of cell phone data to track the locations of immigrants. The action is being brought under the [...]

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The US Department of Justice (DOJ) Executive Office for Immigration Review brought suit against Facebook Thursday for hiring discrimination. The suit claims that Facebook discriminates against American workers, exclusively hiring temporary visa holders through its permanent labor certification process (PERM). The PERM program works to hire from inside the company, creating permanent jobs for employees [...]

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Amazon and Yeti filed suit Thursday against Michael and Karen White, accusing them of selling counterfeit Yeti products on Amazon.com. The suit alleges that the two caused harm to the companies’ customers and the intellectual property rights owned by Yeti over its Rambler products. The suit claims that the Whites began selling counterfeit products in [...]

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The US Department of Justice (DOJ) filed suit Wednesday against the Village of Airmont, New York, for religious discrimination against Orthodox Jews. The complaint explains the history of Airmont, which was found by the Second Circuit to have been created partially to “impose unlawful zoning restrictions” to prevent Orthodox Jews from practicing their religion in [...]

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Judge Joseph James of the Allegheny Court of Common Pleas ruled Wednesday that mail-in ballots that were received by the November 3 election date but that lacked a written date on the privacy envelope could be counted. The petition against the counting of the ballots was brought by Pennsylvania GOP state Senate candidate Nicole Ziccarelli [...]

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The US Department of Justice (DOJ) announced Wednesday that they have signed an antitrust memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Korean Prosecution Sevice (KPS).?The goal of the MOU is to increase cooperation between the US and South Korea regarding criminal antitrust enforcement and policy in both countries. Korea and the US have close military and [...]

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The Mexican government approved a reform to their migration code Wednesday that will keep migrant children out of detention centers. The new changes were praised by the UN and other rights organizations. The UN said that the reforms served four purposes: keeping migrant children out of detention centers, protecting migrant children, extending the protections granted [...]

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A Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court Judge ruled in favor of the Trump campaign Thursday, finding that ballots may not be counted if the voters failed to provide proof of identification by November 9. The court order by Judge Mary Hannah Leavitt says Secretary Kathy Boockvar lacked the statutory authority to allow the change of deadline for [...]

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